The items of interest are the solo records by Leon Barzun, violist (acoustic
only, I think), Hadley's "Flower Suite" or whatever the similar titled work
was, and some other records that feature the Philharmonic's instrumental
soloists. My opinion, of course.
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I agree with Dennis about the Ginn Henry Hadley-conducted 78s. They're not
"insanely rare" in my experience either. I also own a lot of them. Sorry,
but my judgment has been that they are of negligible musical quality and/or
value. They're just curios.